If you happen to get some MOD video files in hand, you might be looking for ways to open these files. Due to the limitations of MOD video files, many devices or players are not able to play these files. Therefore, we might need to convert MOD to other popular video formats such as MP4, MOV, AVI, etc. Here we will discuss how to convert MOD to F4V. In this article, you will find all together six ways to convert MOD to F4V with the help of a professional MOD to F4V converter. Check them out below to single out the best solution for you to convert MOD to F4V. Besides MOD to AVI, you can choose to convert MOD to MP4 as well.

Part 1: How to Convert MOD to F4V with Leawo Video Converter

When talking about video converting tool, the first video converter comes to my mind is Leawo Video Converter. As a professional video converter, Leawo Video Converter possesses an easy-to-use interface that allows even software green hand to convert files at ease, and the converter is able to convert files in 6 times faster speed while keeping 100% original quality. Not just a video converter, the converter can play the role of an audio file converter as well to convert audio files such as AAC, AC3, WAV, MP3, WMA, FLAC, etc. 

Besides, Leawo Video Converter is powered by an internal video player and video editor, which means you can play video and edit video after source video files are imported. For Mac users, the Mac counterpart of Leawo Video Conveter, i.e. Leawo Video Converter for Mac, are available as well.

Download and install the right version of Leawo Video Converter on your computer, and then follow the step-by-step guide below to convert MOD to F4V with Leawo Video Converter. Here we take Windows version of the converter as an example.

Step 1: Import Source MOD Video Files

Launch Leawo Video Converter, go to the “Convert” tab, and click “Add Video” button on the sub-menu to load your source MOD video files. Alternatively, you can directly drag and drop MOD video files into the program interface. After MOD video files are imported, you could play back MOD video files, select subtitles and audio tracks from source MOD video files, add external subtitles to loaded MOD video files, edit loaded MOD video files, etc.


Step 2: Set F4V as Output Format

Click the drop-down box named “MP4 Video” by default next to the “Add Photo” button. On the drop-down list, select “Change” option.


Then on the popup Profile window, select “F4V” from “Format” column as output format. Please note that once you change the output format, the name of the drop-down box will change as well.


Note: If you need, you could click the “Edit” button on the drop-down profile setting box to adjust video and audio parameters like video codec, aspect ratio, frame rate, resolution, audio codec, bit rate, channel, sample rate, etc.


Step 3: Convert MOD to F4V

Click the big green “Convert” button on the sub-menu bar next to the format setting drop-down box. Then, on the popup sidebar, set output directory. After setting output directory, click the “Convert” button right below. Leawo Video Converter would start to convert MOD to F4V immediately.


Part 2: How to Convert MOD to F4V with Prism Video Converter

The second video converter is Prism Video Converter which is the most stable and comprehensive multi-format video converter available and is very easy to use. Check out the guide below to convert MOD to F4V with Prism Video Converter.


Step 1. Import Source MOD Video Files
Click “Add File” at the top left menu bar to choose and import source MOD video files.

Step 2. Choose F4V as Output Format
Under “Output Format” button, browse and choose “F4V” as output format in order to convert MOD to F4V.

Step 3. Choose Output Folder and Start to Convert
Browse and set an output folder before you click “Convert” button. After a while, you will get converted file in the output folder you just set.

Part 3: How to Convert MOD to F4V with FFCoder

The third MOD to F4V converter is FFCoder, an audio/video converter, which is capable of transcoding audio and video files to various formats. Also, we can make good use of FFCoder to convert MOD to F4V as well. Check out the guide below to find out more detail.


Step 1. Add Source MOD Video File
After clicking “File” in the top left menu, you will see a drop-down box, where you need to click “Add Files” to browse and choose source MOD video file.

Step 2. Set F4V as Output Video Format
After MOD file is import, click “Output” to choose and set “F4V” as output video format.

Step 3. Start to Convert MOD to F4V
When output video format is set, you will be returned to the main interface. Now click “Start” to convert MOD to F4V. After a while, you will get converted video file in F4V format.

Part 4: How to Convert MOD to F4V with Online Converter

The fourth MOD to F4V converter is the powerful OnlineConverter, which offers free online conversion services for a wide range of file formats. OnlineConverter is a versatile and multi-purpose converter, a handy tool for your work and personal life. Its entire operation page is very clean, and the classification is very clear. The function of OnlineConverter is powerful, and its interface is well organized. At the same time, it's easy and simple, and you don't need to download and install any software as you can access this online service from any computer anytime and anywhere. There are multiple formats such as video, audio, and text to choose from. Here, let's test the audio conversion feature by converting MOD to F4V.


Step 1. Select Output Format
Firstly, we select “Video” to convert in the list to the left of onlineconvert.com to enter the main interface of free video converter.
Step 2. Upload Source MOD File
On the new action page, click “Choose Files” to choose and import source MOD video file. Please note that the converter supports no more than 10MB size video file. Here we choose F4V format to convert MOD to F4V. After clicking "Go", we will be linked to a new action page and we need to click “MOD to F4V”.
Step 3. Start Converting
Click "Convert" to convert MOD to F4V. After the conversion is complete, you need to export converted video file by clicking “Download” button.

Part 5: How to Convert MOD to F4V with FileZigZag

FileZigZag supports thousands of types of unit conversions, making it easy for users to reach a one-stop solution without having to jump from one location to another. Here we convert MOD to F4V with FileZigZag.


Step 1. Import Source MOD Video File into FileZigZag
The interface of the web page is very simple. The first bar is for you to import file. Here, we choose to import the pre-prepared MOD video files.

Step 2. Choose F4V as Output Video Format
Click the drop-down box under “Convert to”, and you need to select F4V as output video format.

Step 3. Input Your Email Address and Start to Convert
In the third bar, you need to input your email address, and then click “Convert” in the fourth bar. After a while, the converted result will be sent to your email box.

Part 6: How to Convert MOD to F4V with Internet Video Converter

As a simple and user-friendly video converter, Internet Video Converter is able to convert your video files to different formats. However, unlike Leawo Video Converter, Internet Video Converter is only available on Windows system, and it has no support for Mac OS/Linux. This free video converter supports most of video formats and it can encode HD to formats such as AVI, MP4, WMV, 3GP, MOV, MPG, FLV, MTS, M2TS, AVCHD, etc. Moreover, it supports codecs such as H.264, MPEG-4, Xvid, etc. Check out the guide below to convert MOD to F4V with Internet Video Converter.


Step 1. Choose and Add Source MOD Video File
Download and install Internet Video Converter on your computer, go to “Transcoder” tab, and click “Select a video” to choose and add source MOD video file.

Step 2. Select F4V as Output Format
Click “>> Save as…” to select F4V as output video format.

Step 3. Start to Convert MOD to F4V
Click “>>> Apply Format” to start convert MOD to F4V file. After the conversion process is complete, you can find the converted file by clicking “Open output folder”.